LONDON, 2 September, 2016 – Human numbers are predicted to grow by 33% in the next 33 years – and that is worrying news for a world already struggling to deal with the impacts of climate change.By 2050, there could be 9.9 billion people alive on the planet, and the global total is expected to hit 10 bn by 2053, according to the latest calculations by the Population Reference Bureau (PRB), a private not-for-profit organisation based in the US.By 2050, the population of Africa will reach 2.5 billion, which was roughly the population of the entire globe at the close of the Second World War in 1945.
Human overpopulation is the systemic root cause of all the other problems – that and GREED. Greed for money, power, control and lots of stuff that you can’t take with you when you die.
We have already exceeded the carrying capacity for this planet given the “western” civilization model. NTHE is imminent.